Video of my ambient lighting setup
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(2014-02-03, 00:30)HaGGard Wrote:
(2014-02-02, 01:38)KenV99 Wrote:
(2014-01-30, 06:46)HaGGard Wrote: This is awesome, I'm glad I found this thread.

@KenV99 I'm looking to copy your setup exactly, would you be willing to guide me through it? I see all the parts are listed here, and I'll likely purchase them on the weekend. I've wanted to do this for a while basically ever since I built my HTPC but all the guide's ive found are too complex for my liking, and there is wires soldered everywhere and loose connections etc just looks like too much of a mess in my opinion. However now that I see this, it's a lot cleaner and simpler than any other, and I am interested again.

Anyway, would you be willing to offer some help, or post the guides you've followed?

Of course. Post a parts list and I'll look at it and when you have everything in hand, I can give you specific instructions.

So far this is my parts list:

$3.59 Terminal Block
$3.99 Power Connector
$70.00 LED Lights
$25.00 Arduino
$25.00 Power Supply
$2.95 PSU Splitter

As for the jumper wires, what style do I need? I assume I dont need M/M F/F and M/F I cannot find a canadian seller for the pack you bought with the 3 styles for the jumpers, so I'll need to buy them separate from ebay or adafruit. I assume I just need M/F and maybe M/M

Wow, not cheap. I hope I get my setup working. I forgot how much the WS2801 were. Total for my parts I think I spent about the same as just your LED's but I'm using the ws2812b which maybe uncharted as I haven't seen any ambilight setups with how to's posted anywhere. Seen a few videos of setups, but none where anyone wanted to say how they did it.
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RE: Video of my ambient lighting setup - by LazerBlue - 2014-02-03, 06:57


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